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Full Lap - Circumnavigator

13 nights - 12 days cycling - 1 rest day

The 'Full Lap' Route

12 Day Tour - 12 Ridings Days - 1 Rest Day
in 2023 we are going CLOCKWISE

Important: the tour requires a minimum of 8 people at any time to proceed

Day 1: Launceston > Bridport


Day 2: Bridport > Derby


Day 3: Derby > Four Mile Creek


Day 4: Four Mile Creek to Coles Bay


Day 5: Coles Bay > Orford


Day 6: Orford > Hobart


Day: 7 (Rest Day)
Day 8: Hobart > Tarraleah


Day 9: Tarraleah > Queenstown


Day10: Queenstown > Strahan


Day11: Strahan > Tullah


Day 12: Tullah > Gowrie Park


Day 13: Gowrie Park > Launceston


Pricing - Full Lap Tour


*Full Fee: $5900^


*Full Fee: $6800^

*Fundraising is NOT mandatory when paying the Full Fee.
^Night 2 (Derby), Night 4 (Four Mile Creek) & Night 13 (Gowrie Park) may require riders to share depending on the size of the group as accommodation is limited

Raise $500+: $500 discount
Note: Fundraising targets must be met by midnight 20/3/23 to qualify for the discount

Shorter Tour Options


You can choose between


  • Day 0

    28th March 2023

    We call this Day 0 as this will be the afternoon people will arrive into Launceston.

    Your transfer will be awaiting you and your bike, transferring you to our hotel in the centre of Launceston

    This evening will consist of 'welcome drinks' at 7pm followed by Dinner and Tour Briefing.

  • Day 1

    29th March 2023

    Launceston > Bridport: approx 85km

    We depart from StGiles today, make sure to powder your nose as the media will be present to send us off on our journey.

    Today we have an incredibly stunning ride to Bridport via the Sideling Lookout, the  Bay of Fires Winery and Dalrymple Vineyard.

    Golfing fans may want to grab an evening swing at Barnbougle Lost Farm or await for 9 holes in the morning

  • Day 2

    30th March 2023

    Bridport  > Derby: Approx. 55km


    Today riders have the option to stay in Bridport and complete nine holes of golf at the Barnbougle Lost Farm golf course, riding to Derby later on in the day

    If you dont fancy golf, you can ride the 55km direct to Derby where you can swap over to a rental MTB and hit the trails

    • North Scottsdale Forest Reserve
    • Mount Horror Forest Reserve
    • Barnbougle Lost Farms Golf Resort
    • Derby Mountain Bike Trails
  • Day 3

    31st March 2023

    Derby > St Helens > Scamander  > Four Mile Creek: Approx. 100km

    Departing from Derby riders will enjoy the undulating roads to the peak of the Blue Tier to then descend into St Helens where you continue along the rugged coastline to Four Mile Creek


    • Weldborough Pass
    • Blue Tier Forest Reserve
    • Pyengana
    • Bay of Fires
    • Shelley Point - National Whale Trail
    • Scamander
    • White Sands Estate, Brewery and Winery
  • Day 4

    1st April 2023

    Four Mile Creek > Coles Bay: Approx. 85km

    Today is a pure coastal day as we wave goodbye to our private winery and head south via Chain of Lagoons, Seymour and Bicheno. The Douglas-Apsley National Park sits on your right all day as you make your way down the Tasman Hwy to Coles Bay


    • Little Beach State Reserve
    • Chain of Lagoons
    • Bicheno Blowhole
    • South Esk Pine Reserve
    • Freycinet National Park
  • Day 5

    2nd April 2023

    Coles Bay > Orford: Approx. 110km

    A lovely coastal ride today after a morning boat ride, via Swansea, Little Swanport and Triabunna as we descend into our secluded waterfront resort for the evening.


    • Freycint National Park
    • Nine Mile Beach
    • Dolphin Sands
    • Maria Island Gateway
  • Day 6

    3rd April 2023

    Orford > Hobart: Approx. 80km

    The last piece of the east coast puzzle as we head inland via Runnymede and Richmond to Hobart.

    Farewell dinner for our Eastcoasters before a rest day for the Circumnavigators!


    • Orford Gorge
    • Meehan Range Nature Reserve
  • Day 7 (Rest)

    4th April 2023


    A busy day for staff as we wave goodbye to our Eastcoasters, transferring them to the airport.

    They will also be welcoming the Westcoasters as they arrive into Hobart airport.

    Circumnavigators can sleep in, relax and discover historical Hobart on their rest day.

  • Day 8

    5th April 2023

    Hobart  > Tarraleah: Approx. 125km

    A big day on the road, as we depart Hobart following the River Derwent to New Norfolk, onto Ouse, then climbing all the way to Tarraleah.


    • Derwent River and Railway
    • Mount Dromerdary Forest Reserve
    • Ouse
    • Wayatinah Forest Reserve
    • Tarraleah
  • Day 9

    6th April 2023

    Tarraleah > Queenstown: Approx. 135km

    Another big day for the group, but just amazing, you won't forget today as we immerse oursleves in the wild Franklin-Gordon. Our destination is Queenstown, one of Australia's oldest mining towns and home to new MTB trails!


    • Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
    • Tarraleah Hydro
    • Derwent Bridge
    • Lake King William
    • Donaghys Hill
    • Lake Burbury and Crotty Conservation Area
    • 99 Bends
  • Day 10

    7th April 2023

    Queenstown > Strahan: Approx. 45km

    An easy day on the cards giving riders the option to sleep in or head out for some MTB fun on the new trails around Queenstown.

    Some may be interested in heading to Strahan early and hopping on a Gordon River Cruise


    • Mount Dundas Regional Reserve
    • Queenstown MTB Trails
    • Strahan Harbour
  • Day 11

    8th April 2023

    Strahan > Zeehan > Tullah: Approx. 85km

    Looping around the western side of the Mount Dundas reserve, riders will enjoy the quiet roads to Zeehan (also a rapidly developing MTB trails area) before making their way to Tullah via Rosebery.


    • Gordon River Reserve
    • Historic Zeehan
    • Lake Pieman Forest Reserve
    • Mount Murchison Regional Reserve
  • Day 12

    9th April 2023

    Tullah > Gowrie Park: Approx. 85km

    Another amazing stretch of road and also quite challenging as the group finds themselves along an isolated stretch of the western side of the island. Along the way you will see the turnoff for Cradle Mountain


    • John Fynch Forest Reserve
    • Black Buff Lookout
    • Dove River Conservation Area
    • Cradle Mountain turn-off
    • Mount Roland Regional Reserve

  • Day 13

    10th April 2023

    Gowrie Park > Launceston: Approx. 105km

    Our last day on the road with Mount Roland cheering us all the way back to Launceston via Mole Creek and Deloraine


    • Mole Creek
    • Mount Roland
    • Brickendon Estate - UNESCO World Heritage
    • Welcome home from our dear friends at StGiles and the City of Launceston


  • Tasmania Circumnavigator Cycling Jersey & T-Shirt
  • 13 x Nights Accommodation in Hotels and Cabins
  • 13 x Breakfasts (hotel or cafe)
  • 12 x Lunches (served from Van)
  • 4 x Dinners (excludes alcohol)
  • Professional and Experienced Cycling Guides
  • Support Van: luggage, spares, eskys with lunch, drinks, snacks, fruit etc
  • Tour Booklet with Ride Profiles, Distances etc

Optional Extras

Optional Extras are not included in the tour price. Booking assistance provided.

Ride Options - Lap TAS Live!

Full Map

1090km | 13 Nights | 12 Days riding

Start & End: Launceston (rest day in Hobart)

east Map

510km | 7 Nights | 6 Days riding
Start & End: Launceston | End: Hobart

west Map

580km | 6 Nights | 6 Days riding
Start & End: Hobart | End: Launceston